GIRDLE BREAD - Bread was part of the staple diet in Medieval times.This is a simple risen bread which uses ale (the yeast in the ale) to make the bread rise. The ale is warmed to activate the yeast. Many early breads and biscuits were baked on flat metal pans, much as earlier peoples had cooked on bake stones. The heat from the griddle cooks the food. - Medieval Recipe (cookit.e2bn.org)
Fish in green sauce | The most basic recipe for green sauce is also one of the oldest medieval culinary recipes that have survived to this day. It is from the oldest version of the Viandier, a French cookery manuscript from the end of the thirteenth century.